freezing method

freezing method

[′frēz·iŋ ‚meth·əd]
(mining engineering)
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In terms of coating method, the Metal-coated Fibers market has been categorized into freezing method, electroplating, electroless plating, and others.
The freezing method allows the original taste and texture of the noodles to be captured to bring the freshest of tastes to your table.
In the study, the duct tape zapped 85% of warts after two months, compared with 60% with the freezing method.
In the study, the duct tape zapped 85 per cent of warts after two months, compared with 60 per cent with the freezing method.
Compared with the traditional slow freezing method, the very fast method (embryo vitrification) that is introduced recently includes an ultrafast cryopreservation that inhibits ice formation within the suspension which is transformed to a glass-like solid, avoiding damage to the cells or tissues.
They are vacuum-sealed and use a fresh freezing method that kills 99.47 percent of the anaerobic bacteria.
The synthetic water samples were also investigated by unidirectional downward freezing method. For this purpose, 1 mm thick plastic jar (4 x 20 cm) was employed.
The first successful pregnancy resulting from an IVF cycle with frozen and then thawed oocytes by using the slow freezing method was achieved in 1986 [17].
Due to core advantages, such as water insulation and temporary support, the artificial freezing method has been extensively applied in geotechnical engineering and become a common method for penetrating an aquifer in a coal mine shaft [1-3].
However, with appropriate conditions on f(x) and K(k, x), one can use the freezing method for abstract Volterra difference equations, so the difficulty is overcome.
It can be concluded that HWB pretreatment was the main factor accounting for the difference in [V.sub.C] contents, while the freezing method was not.
Effect of freezing method and frozen storage duration on instrumental quality of lamb throughout display.